Netizens wonder what LE SSERAFIM’s Yunjin did to her face and says she looked much better now

Since her debut performance with the girl group LE SSERAFIM, Huh Yunjin has gotten a lot of love. During Produce48, she got a lot of love for how cute and lovely she looked.

But Huh Yunjin has been the center of attention for that because of how she has changed over time. There have been rumors that the idol had plastic surgery to change her appearance, since she had a very different vibe over the years before her debut with LE SSERAFIM.

Fans and netizens have noticed that Yunjin‘s face has changed again, and this time it looks much more different than before.

One Netizen posted about this in an online community and included the most recent pictures of Yunjin as a member of LE SSERAFIM.

The netizen wrote, “I really had the same kind of face as she did back then. But how did she make the change? Is it because she dropped some pounds? Tell me please“.

Other netizens also commented:

She must have had a lot of massages on her face and used Botox and fillers to fill in the empty spots.

But even if you look at her face from when she was in Produce, she looks completely different. Her cheekbones almost disappeared completely. Is that also possible with facial massages? Impressive.

It’s hard to see that much of a difference with just a facial massage. If you could do that much with a massage, no one would have surgery. She did have surgery, that’s true.

There is a clear difference. Facial massages can’t do that much for you. The empty spots were filled in with fillers, and her face is now much narrower.

But I think she must have had facial massages, and back then she also had that gyopo makeup… I think the sharp lines on her cheeks made them stand out even more.

Even if someone massaged their face for 100 days, they wouldn’t see this much of a difference. They need surgery to change the shape of their faces.’

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One Comment on “Netizens wonder what LE SSERAFIM’s Yunjin did to her face and says she looked much better now”

  1. Nah she looks just as lovely, just super fit and equipped with excellent skin care & HYBE’s top notch salon experience. I really dislike the quoted comment “She did have surgery, that’s true.” because it’s completely unverifiable and people could mistake that sentence as part of the article, and could lead to misinformation being spread. Who agrees that this line should be removed?

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